Teddy Baxter | Late Night Radio

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Late Night Radio

by Teddy Baxter

A collection of songs inspired by reflecting the artist's youth, friends and upbringing in the deep South. The CD features mostly original compositions written over the past 20+ years; recently recorded and available to share.
Genre: Easy Listening: Nostalgia
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1. Late Night Radio
4:30 album only
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2. On Our Island
4:26 album only
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3. Mississippi Callin'
5:23 album only
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4. Mr. Sticks
3:07 album only
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5. St. Charles
4:29 album only
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6. Gautier
3:26 album only
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7. Mystery Girl
3:50 album only
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8. Two Wolves
3:31 album only
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9. Come On Over
3:50 album only
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10. Heat Wave
4:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Teddy has assembled a group of original compositions plus a unique cover of one of his favorite songs "Heat Wave," written by Holland-Dozier-Holland. Teddy's original songs reflect his early-teen AM-radio days in the title cut "Late Night Radio," influence of a city and the state of Mississippi in "Gautier" and "Mississippi Callin'," '50s sock-hops in "Come On Over," Indian folk-lore in "Two Wolves," New Orleans Mardi Gras insight in "St. Charles," a late friend surfer/drummer in "Mr Sticks" and personal memories scattered throughout the rest. Please take the time to see the deep south through Teddy's eyes via this eclectic mix of songs comprising his latest album "Late Night Radio."

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